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at youth culture. we talk about texting and sexing and omg and i didn't text anything to you. i spoke to and part of the language and how they engage so until we look at the culture of young people and how do we impact today's 20th century media culture we can't make a huge impact in regards to bullying or electronic aggression or whatever name we want to place on it and is affecting the students and i am excited you're addressing this issue and it's a crucial time for this generation and if we don't take serious this conversation today and action tomorrow we will see more and more issues arise. [applause] >> and i'm going to cap it up and i totally agree with that and one of the resources i want you to point is out is the family institute on line and platform for good a couple days ago. anne was there for the launch in dc and the goal of this whole thing is connect parents, educators and teens together to talk about both the eat your peas and how you stay a digital citizen and do the whole thing and i encourage everybody to check that out and i think that's the type of resource that
omg on sixth street and between jessie and stevenson on sixth street and we opened a few months ago. we found it challenging although we have a nice space inside and we got a lot of complements from people that check out the space but some of the challenges are people are still afraid to come down to sixth street. we have a lot of businesses and hi tech companies that moved into the neighborhood a few blocks from the business, but we notice most of them just get out of work and go into bart or leave the neighborhood. they don't want to stay in the neighborhood. one because around that neighborhood there are no nice restaurants. there are no places where people can hang out and enjoy after work. also we have a couple of theaters around there, and people don't like to stay -- come before the theater show or after the show and come to the bars, so that is one of our biggest challenges on six ethstreet. people are still afraid and we need to do something to address that issue that there's a lot of loitering around outside. there is crime that is still not -- we see crime happenin
that's what's inside you. [baby hiccups] omg, liz. look at you and me and our biological clocks. you're going baby crazy and i keep getting turned on by car accidents. i'm not baby crazy, jenna. this whole adoption thing is just taking a lot longer than i thought. where did you get that little shoe? it isn't stealing if it fell on the ground. so, uh, that's the tour, elisa. i think you'll find being my mother's nurse a mixed bag. when she's in a foul mood, in can be horribly unpleasant. but at other times, she is...asleep. i understand. elder care can be stressful. uh, especially when the object of that care wanders around at night in depression-era petty pants. you should've seen my grandmother in her later years. do you know what kind of clothes old puerto rican ladies wear around the house? no.
saying omg, i think i might have just gotten raped. he kept pushing and pushing and i said no but he wouldn't listen. according to court documents, the next day she got a medical exam and the prosecution says they discovered bruises. johnson admits that on the night of the incident, he initiated contact with the woman via text that says "hey." he says she later invited him to watch a movie in her room and ultimately picked him up. he says about 15 minutes into the movie they started kissing on her bed and things quickly escalated. >> she asked me if i had a condom. i said no and she said it's okay. >> did she say no? >> no, if she would have i would have said no. >> reporter: but according to her account, she said she didn't want to have sex and repeatedly told him no, not tonight. >> what was your expectation of him coming over to watch a movie? >> hang out with him. >> reporter: the prosecution argues shortly after johnson arrived in her room, things got ugly. >> he changed. his demeanor changed. he became more aggressive, and in her words, it got real scary real fast. >> reporter:
. >> and bride-to-be kelly clark son. >> hello, everyone. welcome to omg insider, the weekend edition, and this is the place where the in-house portal yahoo meets the fastest growing show. >> we're all about grammy goodness this weekend, the parties, the performances, the fashion. did i mention the parties? certainly a good time. of course, the queen herself, ms. beyonce will be there, hot off that super bowl performance. >> approximately 1.8 million people tuned in for beyonce's half-time show. but only a handful of us got to talk to her after her performance. my conversation with her is now. >> it was really beautiful. >> do you feel like you kind of set the standard? because you worked so hard on this show. >> it's good to know that the hard work paid off. it's the biggest show in america, and there are so many things that could happen and god was on my side, so i'm very, very happy that it went well. >> i'm with b just moments after her
it until you make it. >> hello and welcome to omg insider, the hottest portal meets television's fastest growing swer at the same time news magazine. i am kevin fraser. >> and we to want start off with robin roberts big return. so happy to see her back at the news desk this week. >> no question. five months to the day of her upon marrow transplant robin roberts returned to work. her comeback is trending now. >> it is robin. i have been waiting 174 days to say this. "good morning america." >> the gma anchor on wednesday fist bumping her colleagues before returning to the anchor desk. >> faith, family and friends have brought me to this moment, and i am so full of gratitude. >> the morning show following her recovery after a bone marrow transplant lifting weights, doing yoga and reconnecting with the gma team. >> i have visualized this moment. i did visualize the other end of it, looking into sam's blue eyes, and i love how we're sitting and how we would be sitting at something like this. when i sit back down right in this chair and look over and see you and you and i see you, and i see yo
in missouri as the storm was winding down. >> incredible snow totals, ladies. we are calling it snow omg. maybe i am the only one laughing. a little levitt. it is a serious storm because we have had unfortunately some deaths. we are talking in some cases record snowfall in wichita, kansas. nashville kansas 18 inches, natoma kansas, 17 inches. you get the picture. over a foot of snow and really incredible. they haven't seen a snow like this in years. where is it now? the low pressure center is across the upper midwest and the great lakes. we are talking about a mixture over the ohio river valley toward the mid atlantic we can see freezing rain and sleet. a rain event across the southeast. snow across the upper midwest then the wintery mix and heavy rain across the southeast. we could get several inches of rain and potential for severe weather today. not as great as the threat we saw yesterday but we will keep an eye out. travel forecast see the snow across the great lakes upper midwest and we are going to see the rain continue through saturday. we are going to watch potential for this lit
, and... woopsies! [ tires screech ] i'm all omg, becky's not even hot. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, you could be payin' for this yourself. so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ tires screech ] [ dennis ] mayhem is everywhere. so get an allstate agent. are you in good hands? back to our top stories, the long, slow journey to port for a crippled carnival cruise ship and the miserable passengers suffered another setback when a towline snapped, setting the vessel adrift. jonathan tells us it's been repaired. let's talk to mary, a mother of a passenger on the carnival triumph. her daughter, rebecca, is 12 years old. thank you for being with us. oh so close. he expected to hold your daughter in your arms right now. and it could be quite a while. talk to us about what you're feeling, your emotions and concerns. >> i think the biggest concern we're having is the lack of communication. we've been told for days, they were supposed to be here yesterday, today at 1:00. then 3:00, they changed to every odd number until now, they'll b
'm emotionally compromised, and... woopsies! [ tires screech ] i'm all omg, becky's not even hot. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, you could be payin' for this yourself. so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ tires screech ] [ dennis ] mayhem is everywhere. so get an allstate agent. are you in good hands? his tonion in tuesday's state of the union? politico will change the gop rather than emphasize working together. when asked how the address would compare to previous ones, a source close replied with a, quote, build your opponent a golden bridge to retreat across. i believe tom arnold said that, but it was a shower and not a bridge. what well bam talk about, mostly things and stuff. they will call for cutting america's nukes and more pollution control. they haven't started filming. the first one is really a time for more drama? >> now is the time. >> now is the i'm too. >> now is the time to act. >> now is the time. >> the time has come. >> wow. that was some unusual editing by our drunken producers. do we expect the president to layout a p
. >>> yo era linda y ahora tengo ... >>> ahora tenemos a ninel conde en el 2006 omg, epsro que no te hayas puesto ese vestido. >>> el vestido del 2006 era una catástrofe, mucho brillo, demasiado maquillaje, era espantoso. >>> tenemos a otra que es muy importante que es olga tañón que no se salvó ni antes ni después, primero la tenemos en el 2011 que era un poquito jasmín, princesa arábica, con vuelitos que no funcionó, para mí esos cortes de brazos, hacen que te veas más grande, así que ella es curpulenta. >>> olga es una mujer auténtica. >>> defensora del pueblo, pero no puedes ayudarla. >>> es la más premiada en la historia de premios lo nuestro. >>> miren en el 2002 que era como con safari, que había matado como a 14 leones y no le importó, aquí no hay nada que comentar del vestido, y el pelo rubio no me gustó >>> tenemos a otra que es thalia que siempre brinda algo clásico, thalia te esperamos, a mí me molesta el pelo, que siempre se pone, que hay que recogerse el pelo, ella siempre es clásica, me gusta, espero que nos sorprenda con algo. >>> ella es muy linda, cua
'cause i like johnny. now i'm emotionally compromised, and... woopsies! [ tires screech ] i'm all omg, becky's not even hot. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, you could be payin' for this yourself. so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ tires screech ] [ dennis ] mayhem is everywhere. so get an allstate agent. are you in good hands? [ dennis ] we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits
grader made the producing over a one or two hour span. omg. [laughter]there is only so much vision that can be contained in one man. i will not link tom for this. i am delighted today with the amazing dedication of margaret whitehead and organizing and cattle learning that and cattle lording -- and logging this record. the historians and all students of communications may better understand our modern times and the world to come. this work is not available for inquiry through the library of congress. we alumina new insights. thank you kindly, mr. whitehead for this contribution to the american people and to scholars everywhere. [applause] >> thank you, gentlemen. i will see if members of the panel have anything to add, given what they have heard others say. i will start with a little point about the value of this tremendous collection of papers that margaret has put together. as i was preparing for today, i was going through some of the papers that are in the collection. i came across something that tom hayslip wrote a few years ago. it was based upon talking with people who worked
watching this before the program. >> omg! >> who is that? >> just lost 49 states to reagan. this is a party in disarray. they first offered the role of hosting the video -- not kidding. warren beatty. they said let's go with the -- and up and comer of bill clinton. bill clinton took an enormous amount of heat of democrats after this video. this was a party flattened by reagan. on reagan's birthday, the night before the speech and clinton began with a warm tribute and happy birthday and democrats thought it was too complimentary. the video and then every democratic office holder in the country featured for 30 minutes. just -- >> their face inside of the -- >> map of the country. there's dukakis. cut to an interview. it was just -- >> it didn't sink bill clinton's career. >> and then three years later, the 45-minute speech and cheered and said -- he is proved -- that is the single greatest hope for bobby jindal to be president that bill clinton could have that video on the record and that speech in 1988 and survive it all and waiting to figure out what's the master form of the response. maybe
screech ] i'm all omg, becky's not even hot. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, you could be payin' for this yourself. so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ tires screech ] [ dennis ] mayhem is everywhere. so get an allstate agent. are you in good hands? i work for 47 different companies. well, technically i work for one. that company, the united states postal service®, works for thousands of home businesses. because at usps.com®, you can pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. i can even drop off free boxes. i wear a lot of hats. well, technically i wear one. the u.s. postal service®, no business too small. ♪ >> well this just in. the debt problem is gone. you didn't hear? it's gone. the word the president didn't utter because apparently it's a problem we don't have. nothing says no issue like not talking about the issue. i'm telling you, from the president to prom mant leading democrats, it's like the whole debt issue disappears. spending isn't a problem, which could explain why proposing hundreds of billions of do
. now i'm emotionally compromised, and... woopsies! [ tires screech ] i'm all omg, becky's not even hot. and if you've got cut-rate insurance, you could be payin' for this yourself. so get allstate. you could save money and be better protected from mayhem like me. [ tires screech ] [ dennis ] mayhem is everywhere. so get an allstate agent. are you in good hands? i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. the verizon share everything plan for small business. get a shareable pool of data... got enough joshua trees? ... on up to 25 devices. so you can spend less time... yea, the golden barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. if your a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or an
plan. hal in maui omg i followed you when i lived on the mainland and then moved to hawaii and lost you. i was so excited to discover your app. omg steph became an app. right. >> yes. >> stephanie: i think my life has changed for the better except my earphones are pretty much always attached to my head. i'm on for three hours -- oh, without commercials. >> if you have less time you can download the steph cast, and all of the commercials are taken out. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: right. ps have you ever considered bringing sexy liberal to maui. >> oprah has a few extra rooms. >> stephanie: i bicycled by there last christmas. wherever you vacation in the world -- >> yes. i would be happy with a cot out on the lanai. >> stephanie: i will let her know when i go to chicago april 13th for sexy liberal. tickets going very very fast. so hurry. it's the big midwest show. >> get it. >> stephanie: get it. [ applause ] >> stephanie: julie in seattle, this is a tweet from david frum. i saw david corn on the tv machine last night from "mother jones," and there is a great
over a one to two hour period. [laughter] omg. [laughter] that's the 400 of the texts right there will there's only so much vision that can be contained in one man. i will not blame tom for this. i am delighted today with the amazing dedication of margaret whitehead in organizing and cataloging and indexings and really loving this documentary record. historians, economists, political scientists, policy makers, and all students of communications may better understand our modern times and the world to come. this work now available through scientific inquiry through the library of congress. we ill lute nate new insight thank you, kindly, mr. and mrs. whitehead for the magnificent contributions to the american people and scholars everywhere. [applause] [applause] thank you, gentleman. i'm going see if members of the panel have anything to add. i'll given when they heard others say. i'm going start with a little point about the value of this tremendous reflection of papers that margaret has put together. as i was preparing for today, i was going through some of the papers that ar
finance and sports and games and news and, you know, things like omg, you know, which is celebrity news. so there's a lot of different verticals that we put in and then also very broad applications like surgery and mail. >> does the interest graph have the potential to disrupt sort of the paradigm for tech power that was in some respects if not set coined by your old boss, eric schmidt, the four horseman? google, of course, apple, facebook and amazon? could the interest graph or perhaps even something else change that order of the universe? >> well, i mean, i think all four of those players do a really terrific job providing a lot of great experiences for end users. so i think that all four of those will become major players in the future. i think the four horsemen analogy misses other players in the space. i think, for example, twitter is very exciting and very interesting. and i do think that technology isn't stagnant. it's amazing to think about the different waves of the internet and technology. right? you know, the first wave really was yahoo! itself, the directory. there's these p
news, right here on kron-4. o-m-g insider starts at seven, followed by entertainment tonight at 7- >> jacqueline: quite a different water stored at what we saw today from the bay bridge to you're skies. however, this week system. and to a cooler out there today. so if it did not feel much more. because of those strong winds. the 50s and 60s in the north bay in the investment it cooler in pleasanton 47 in daly city. here is what we can expect tonight. the wind is dying down with clear and cold and a patchy frost. with the wind dying down now. temperatures will do what with that combination will make it feel more than today. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. it will stay dry for most of the extended forecast. a slight chance and the extended forecast. right now, let us take a look at the border closed. 11 patchy frost for the and 60s with 60s also 59 in san leandro. cooler ocean beach. and also, some lower 60s in the north bay. we did see some new snow. more news snowfall possible but it take a look the new conditions www.snowbomb.com >> this just in to the kron 4 news room room this
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of that halftime show. that would be beyonce. kevin frazier is the co-host of "omg insider." good morning. >> good morning. >> let's talk about the halftime show when you think about the lip-synching conference and her question, what do you think? >> it's been the per storm. beyonce has controlled it. they're all talking about her ever since she kind of sang at the inauguration. what she's done is she's assure thad there's a good chance that more people will watch her at halftime than the game. the numbers will most likely spike and there's talk about whether destiny will be back. michelle williams is off this weekend. so expect that reunion. but all the speculation, everything. she's done a masterful job of driving attention. there's no mistake. i don't think this was a mistake. this is perfection. >> kevin, i was talking with someone who actually watched the rehearsal yesterday and i was trying to plug that person for information and they wouldn't tell me a thing but i was asking if whether perhaps jay-z may join her on stage. is there a rumor that that may happen?
and games and things like omg! celebrity news. there are a lot of different verticals. it has broad applications like search and mail. >> does the interest graph have the potential to disrupt the paradigm for tech power that was, in some way, set by your old boss, the four horsemen, could the interest or something else change that order of the universe? >> i think all four of those players do a terrific job, providing a lot of great experiences. all four of those people will become major players. the analogy misses that there are other players in the space. twitter is very exciting and interesting. technology is not stagnant. it is amazing to think about different waves of the internet and technology. the first wave was yahoo! itself. the directory. there are these pages out there, how do you organize them? then that got so large, the directory model broke down and gave way to search. the next wave came with social. now we're on the mobile wave. that has all happened in about 15 years. we have gone through four major technology shifts in terms of who the players are. there are alway
, but do i really want to spend $100? another one, omg, peter alexander just released his zebra print onesie. >> yeah, good time with that. my australian brother peter alexander makes women's sleep wear. that's all we got, j.t. thanks very much. "morning joe" begins right now. >>> good morning. it is monday, february 18th. welcome to "morning joe," everybody. did you know it's president's day? >> oh, my -- >> what? >> the kids are home. yes, they are. with us onset, msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analysis mark halprin and john heilman. hi, willie. >> hi, is this holiday casual? shoutout to millard filmore. >> he wore that to the second state of the union. >> that's fantastic. your favorite president is? can you say it? >> kind of a big g.w. guy. >> what? >> george washington. >> oh. >> number one. >> what about you, john? growing up, who was your hero? >> i liked lincoln. >> i was a fan of teddy roosevelt the man. i don't know if he's the best president who ever lived, but the man. >> you liked the mustache a lot. >> among other things. >> minka? >> i might go with calvin
like omg! celebrity news. there are a lot of different verticals. it has broad applications like search and mail. >> does the interest graph have the potential to disrupt the paradigm for tech power that was, in some way, set by your old boss, the four horsemen, could the interest or something else change that order of the universe? >> i think all four of those players do a terrific job, providing a lot of great experiences. all four of those people will become major players. the analogy misses that there are other players in the space. twitter is very exciting and interesting. technology is not stagnant. it is amazing to think about different waves of the internet and technology. the first wave was yahoo! itself. the directory. there are these pages out there, how do you organize them? then that got so large, the directory model broke down and gave way to search. the next wave came with social. now we're on the mobile wave. that has all happened in about 15 years. we have gone through four major technology shifts in terms of who the players are. there are always opportunities for a new
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